Freshman Tutorial (FRT) Course
FRT-101 Freshman Tutorial
In the fall, every freshman enrolls in a Freshman Tutorial. This class, limited to about fifteen members, encourages participation in small-group discussions that will challenge students intellectually and suggest the kind and quality of educational experiences characteristic of the liberal arts at Wabash College. Instructors select topics of importance to them and ones they judge to be pertinent to student interests. Students need not have had previous experience with the topic in order to sign up for a particular tutorial. Although the topics, often interdisciplinary and non-traditional, vary among the Tutorials, all students engage in common intellectual experiences and practice both written and oral expression. Reading, speaking, research, and writing assignments, of course, will vary with individual instructors, but the goals of every Tutorial remain the same: to read texts with sensitivity, to think with clarity, and to express one's thoughts with precision and persuasion - all in the context of each Tutorial's particular subject. Students may not use Tutorial as a Conversion to Credit (CC) or No Credit (NC) course.